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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-04-2006, 11:45 AM Thread Starter
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Would anyone pay to see Dennis Hallman vs. Matt Hughes??

It's been a long time since Matt Hughes lost to Superman, but still, that's really something that Hughes lost both fights in 37 seconds combined. Given the history I think it might be interesting, you wonder if fighters would bring their game to a new level in this type of situation ... probably Hallman's only chance would be that he might be in Matt's head
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It's been a long time since Matt Hughes lost to Superman, but still, that's really something that Hughes lost both fights in 37 seconds combined. Given the history I think it might be interesting, you wonder if fighters would bring their game to a new level in this type of situation ... probably Hallman's only chance would be that he might be in Matt's head
Hallman would get maimed
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hhmmmm....let me think about that..........no.

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Hallmen couldnt beat Frank Trigg so I doubt him having a third fight with Hughes would be interesting. Its really no mystery who whould win (Hughes). It is a fight and anything could happen but Hughes in one of the best WW in the world.I rather see him fight guys at his level like GSP and Penn.

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itd be nice for matt hughes to avenge his loss but would i pay to see it HELL NO

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is hallman in the ifl now??
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I'm not even a fan of Matt Hughes but, Hughes would destroy Hallman...
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Hallmen couldnt beat Frank Trigg so I doubt him having a third fight with Hughes would be interesting. Its really no mystery who whould win (Hughes). It is a fight and anything could happen but Hughes in one of the best WW in the world.I rather see him fight guys at his level like GSP and Penn.
Needless 2 say-I agree!!
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It'd be hilarious if Dennis Hallman beat Matt Hughes again in a very short time...The look on Hughes face would be priceless, probably even more so after B.J. Penn beat him the first time. If this was a main event on a PPV, it'd probably be the co-main event with another title fight supporting it.


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